Any country's sustainable law code is complicated and rather difficult. The Human Rights Act that was enacted in 1998 does bring positive changes for English people, but it also tries to keep Parliamentary Sovereignty. There is no such thing as a perfect law or act, but the Human Rights act should be kept.
Britain faces a crisis of more than 70,000 deportees who have due process before being expelled from the United Kingdom. Repealing the Human Rights Act would expedite any deportations and prevent a political crisis that threatens Britain's participation in the European Commission. Deportees deserve some kind of appeals before being kicked out of the country unless they are hardened criminals.